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November 16, 2011 12:00 AM

Perhaps it’s time to expand Washington’s Death with Dignity Act

In November 2008, more than 57 percent of Washington voters approved the Death with Dignity Act. Washington became the third state, following Oregon and Montana, to allow a licensed physician to prescribe life-ending medication upon request of a competent, terminally ill patient.

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